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Mystery strikes at the problem-plagued Blackros Museum in Absalom, and its curator, Nigel Aldain, needs your help... again!

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[PFS_CORE_Aerondor] 00-16 To Scale the Dragon (inactive)


Dog Sledding:

There is one person in charge (the musher), who uses handle animal skill to control the sled. Each sled can also carry one other passenger.

Mushers have three actions they can perform.
Mush speeds up the sled as a move action. Handle Animal DC 12 increases the speed by +1 increment.

Break slows the sled down as a move action. Handle Animal DC 12 decreases the speed by –1 increment. As a fullround action, the musher can also attempt a full stop with a successful DC 20 Handle Animal check. The sled still moves its maximum distance for that round, however at the end of the round the sled’s movement is 0.

Turn allows a musher to alter the direction of the sled within about 60 degrees to either side of the direction it is traveling. The Handle Animal skill check DC is 10 + 1 per every 5 degrees turned. Sleds moving faster than 5 increments risk tipping over. If a driver attempting a high-speed-turn fails the Handle Animal check by more than 10, the dogs maneuver erratically, causing the sled to tip over.

An attacker whose sled is parallel to his target can drive his sled into his opponent’s as a slam attack. A DC 18 Strength check in order to muscle the sled into a quick, violent turn that deals 2d6 damage to the sled and knocks it off course, changing its direction by 30 degrees. The musher of the targeted sled must then make a Handle Animal check (DC 10 + damage to regain control of his sled) or he loses his next action. If a slam attack deals more than 10 points of damage, the targeted sled flips

Following a successful slam attack, riders within either sled can attempt to grapple the opponent’s sled, or individuals on the sled. This requires a melee touch attack, either against the sled (AC 8) or an individual within reach. All individuals in a moving sled are considered flat-footed. At the start of the next round, grappled sleds make opposed Handle Animal checks to see who controls the movement of both sleds. Individuals on either sled then attack as determined by initiative. They can attempt any partial combat maneuver they so desire (including a move action to climb into the other sled), provided they first make a successful DC 14 acrobatics
check. Anyone failing the check is thrown from the sled.

Regardless, the musher must remain at the reigns of the sled or the sled goes out of control, traveling in the direction it was before the loss of the musher for 1d4 rounds before tipping over and crashing.

Executing the Break maneuver during a grapple always causes one of the grappled sleds to flip, 50% chance for either


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